Apple II Peripheral

The following is a list of Apple II Peripheral in the Centre for Computing History collection. It is not an exhaustive list of and other peripherals may have been produced. If you have any hardware that you would like to donate to our collection, please view our donations page.

There are 39 Apple II Peripheral in our collection :
Order By : Title - Release Date - Publisher
Apple II Parallel Interface Card Date: Apple II Parallel Interface Card

The Parallel Interface Card gives you the capability to generate reports, listing, labels and letters with your Apple computer using a variety of parallel-interfaces printers, and is fully firmware an ...

Manufacturer : Apple

Hawk 3210 Logic Analyzer Date: Hawk 3210 Logic Analyzer

This logic analyzer by Hawk is designed to connect to the Apple II computer

Manufacturer : Hawk

Saturn Systems Accelerator II Date: Saturn Systems Accelerator II

This expansion card for the Apple II accelerates operation of software by using a high-speed 6502 processor and on-board high-speed RAM

Manufacturer : Saturn Systems

Baird Apple II Card Date: Baird Apple II Card

Expansion card for the Apple II

Manufacturer : Baird

Joystick for Apple II Date: Joystick for Apple II

Unbranded joystick for the Apple II

Manufacturer :

Tabs Software Security Card Date: Tabs Software Security Card

For use with the Apple II

Manufacturer : Tabs Software

Titan Technologies Accelerator II Date: Titan Technologies Accelerator II

The Accelerator //e was released in 1984 by Titan Technologies (formerly Saturn Systems), and was an upgraded version of the original Saturn Accelerator, in response to the introduction of the Apple I ...

Manufacturer : Saturn Systems

Applied Engineering ViewMaster 80 Date: Applied Engineering ViewMaster 80

When inserted into slot three of an Apple II/II+, this third-party expansion board adds the ability to display text in 80x24 character mode

Manufacturer : Applied Engineering

DMS C12 RGB Card Date: DMS C12 RGB Card

This expansion card by DMS Electronics allows an Apple II to drive an RGB colour monitor instead of a monochrome one

Manufacturer : DMS Electronics

Intec Hard Drive and Apple II Controller Date: Intec Hard Drive and Apple II Controller

This controller card for the Apple II connects to an Intec hard disk drive

Manufacturer : Intec

Cirtech Cont/Interface Date: Cirtech Cont/Interface

The Cirtech controller/interface card is a dual function system, giving the user a Centronics-type printer interface and software/hardware to operate a Cirtech EPROM Programmer

Manufacturer : Cirtech

Pace Mastercard II Date: Pace Mastercard II

Mastercard II provides Apple II+ and //e owners with a versatile, dual function interface

Manufacturer : Pace

Apple II Floppy Disk Drive Date: Apple II Floppy Disk Drive

This replacement 5

Manufacturer : Apple

Epson APL Parallel Printer Card Date: Epson APL Parallel Printer Card

The Epson APL Parallel Printer Card allows you to use parallel printers with an Apple II

Manufacturer : Epson

Apple Super Serial Card II Date: Apple Super Serial Card II

This expansion card for the Apple II provides one serial communications port

Manufacturer : Apple

Sup 'R' Mod. II Date: April 1978 Sup 'R' Mod. II

The Sup 'R' Mod II is an RF modulator allowing a computer with a composite output to be connected to a TV

Manufacturer : M & R Enterprises

Apple II Language Card Date: 1979 Apple II Language Card

This expansion card for the Apple II is designed to fit into slot 0

Manufacturer : Apple

Apple Async Printer Interface Card Date: 1979 Apple Async Printer Interface Card

Printer interface card, asynchronous, for the Apple II

Manufacturer : Apple

Apple Sync Printer Interface Card Date: 1979 Apple Sync Printer Interface Card

Printer interface card, sychronous, for the Apple II

Manufacturer : Apple

Apple II language Card Date: 1979 Apple II language Card

The Apple Language Card was designed by Wendell Sander, and was one of the first Apple cards available for the Apple II

Manufacturer : Apple

Model 7490A GPIB Interface Date: 1979 Model 7490A GPIB Interface

This expansion board for the Apple II computer allows it to connect to a General Purpose Instrument Bus (GPIB, also known as HPIB)

Manufacturer : California Computer Systems

AIO Serial and Parallel Apple Interface Date: 1979 AIO Serial and Parallel Apple Interface

The AIO Serial and Parallel Apple Interface from SSM Microcomputer Products allows the user to connect an external parallel or serial driven device, like a terminal or printer, to the Apple II compute ...

Manufacturer : SSM Microcomputer Products

Apple IEEE-488 Interface Card Date: 1980 Apple IEEE-488 Interface Card

This expansion card for the Apple II allowed it to connect to an IEEE-488 (GBIP) network

Manufacturer : Apple

Pact Cooling Fan for Apple II Date: 1980 Pact Cooling Fan for Apple II

This is designed to slot on the cooling slits on the left hand side of an Apple II, and connects via the PSU of the Machine

Manufacturer : Apple

The Mill Date: 1980 The Mill

This expansion card for the Apple II was developed by Stellation Two

Manufacturer : Stellation Two

Microsoft Z80 Softcard Date: 1980 Microsoft Z80 Softcard

The Z80 Softcard was the first piece of hardware released by Microsoft

Manufacturer : Microsoft

Owl Computers Owlmodem Date: 1981 Owl Computers Owlmodem

This expansion card from Owl Computers allows an Apple II to connect to remote computers over the public telephone network

Manufacturer : Owl Computers

Apple IIe Extended 80-Column Text Card Date: 1981 Apple IIe Extended 80-Column Text Card

This expansion card for the Apple IIe adds support for 80-column text mode and also provides a 64K memory expansion

Manufacturer : Apple

Computer Stop 16K RAM Board Date: June 1981 Computer Stop 16K RAM Board

This expansion board for the Apple II adds 16K RAM

Manufacturer : Computer Stop

SyMBfile Hard Disk for Apple II Date: 1982 SyMBfile Hard Disk for Apple II

The SyMBfile Hard Drive was manufactured by Symbiotic Computer Systems Limited (The company was registered in 1982 and appears to have traded up to 1986)

Manufacturer : Symbiotic

Apple IIe Joystick Date: 1982 Apple IIe Joystick

Official Apple IIe joystick, with a wheel underneath for the tension of the stick

Manufacturer : Apple

Dark Star Systems Snapshot Date: 1982 Dark Star Systems Snapshot

The Snapshot for the Apple II can dump to disk the entire current contents of the 48K RAM plus the register contents and video soft switch settings

Manufacturer : Dark Star Systems

The Date: 1983 The "Snapshot" Copykit

This was a device to copy the machine's memory to floppy disk

Manufacturer : Dark Star Systems

Epson Intelligent Parallel Interface Kit Date: 1983 Epson Intelligent Parallel Interface Kit

Interface board #8132WInterface cable #8231 Designed for the Apple II/IIe, this interface kit permits a printer High-Resolution display partially or totally

Manufacturer : Epson

Apple Graphics Tablet Date: 1st January 1983 Apple Graphics Tablet

Apple Graphics Tablet Model No: A2M0029 Serial No: 2120   Kindly Donated by Mr Tony Baldwi

Manufacturer : Apple

Apple ImageWriter A9M0303P Date: 1985 Apple ImageWriter A9M0303P

ImageWriter is a dot matrix printer sold between 1982 and 1986 by Apple

Manufacturer : Apple

Apple IIc Flat Panel Display Date: 1986 Apple IIc Flat Panel Display

Portable screen that attaches to the rear of an Apple IIc

Manufacturer : Apple

Monitor IIc Date: 1986 Monitor IIc

Monitor Designed for the Apple II

Manufacturer : Apple

Apple MIDI Interface Date: 1991 Apple MIDI Interface

From the back of the box

Manufacturer : Apple

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